Accession Number : ADA115085

Title :   Evaluation of Learning Strategies Training Program 94B10 Fort Lee, Virginia.

Descriptive Note : Final rept.,


Personal Author(s) : Cavert,C Edward ; Shtogren,John A

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Report Date : 30 Nov 1981

Pagination or Media Count : 257

Abstract : The primary purpose of the learning strategies evaluation was to provide a statistical verification of the Institute for Curriculum and Instruction (ICI) learning strategies training program to make a determination of its possible applicability to a wider base of Army training. It was designed to demonstrate that entry-level student cooks can learn fundamental cooking skills more proficiently than student cooks receiving conventional self-paced training. Report addresses a prototype test of commercial curriculum, curriculum development, delivery and modification techniques applied under less than favorable, fully controlled evaluation circumstances in order to ascertain if immediate, large scale developmental tests should be undertaken in light of potential program costs. Additionally, early anecdotal insites concerning tested program adaptability in a military delivery context were to be acquired.

Descriptors :   *Learning , *Army training , *Food processing , Strategy , Proficiency

Subject Categories : Humanities and History

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE